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This is a great way to use eggplant. We had it with homemade naan, Spicy Yogurt-Marinated Chicken Skewers and saag paneer (spinach with cheese), both of which use a good amount of chile, so I omitted the jalapeno. I also used chopped grape tomatoes instead of a whole regular one and full-fat Greek yogurt, as well as minced ginger and garlic instead of pastes. The house was full of appetizing aromas and it was a wonderful combination. My husband wants me to give it three stars, as he's, "... not a giant eggplant fan", but I'm holding fast at four stars.

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Zeldaz October 06, 2012

SO GOOD! We doubled the yogurt, however (and it was plain nonfat GREEK yogurt). AMAZING!!

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Entwig September 22, 2011

This is a wonderful dish. I made it for dinner tonight for myself. It got some real good taste, thanks to the curry powder!{I noticed this ingredient listed in the instructions but you forgot to mention it in the list of ingredients}. I used 1 1/2 tsps. of curry powder. The only ingredient that I did not use is yoghurt. Since I didn't have jalapeno pepper on hand{hard to get it here}, I used 1 green bell pepper, chopped as a substitute. I used a little less than 3/4 tsp. of salt. I used chopped ginger and garlic instead of pastes. This was a really fine dish and I will certainly make it again. Thanks for posting the recipe :)

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Charishma_Ramchandani March 04, 2005
Baingan Bharta (Curried Eggplant (Aubergine))